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Zack Lynch is author of The Neuro Revolution: How Brain Science Is Changing Our World (St. Martin's Press, July 2009).
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November 13, 2003

My 1st Bloggiversary

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Posted by Zack Lynch

Without realizing it, I blew past my 1st blogging birthday last month.

Here was my first post which is the question I continue to spend all my time contemplating.

A link to my first Corante posts covering the NBIC conference.

A link to my favorite post, Stretch Now! (thanks to Nick Shulz for reminding me.)

A happy bloggiversary to Steven Johnson who guest blogged on Brain Waves (here and here) on his soon to be released book, Mind Wide Open.

Lastly, thanks to Ross for getting me to blog in the first place.

So here is my bloggiversary gift to all of you: An AntCam from England and more amazing illusions courtesy of Akiyoshi Kitaoka in Japan.

Comments (2) | Category: X-tra


1. coolmel on November 13, 2003 2:43 PM writes...

happy anniversary my man. here's one for your.

thanks for the inspiration.

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2. Chris Furmanski on November 13, 2003 9:52 PM writes...

The Gestaltian psychologist in me can't help but send some links on the science behind the magic:

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